Canâ€™t find ammo? Act like an American and take matters into your own hands. If you canâ€™t buy it, make it.
Every munitions company I know is running around the clock, trying to catch up with the tremendous demand created in the wake of the Newtown, Conn. shooting tragedy. I frequently get asked why thereâ€™s just no ammo to be foundâ€”especially .22 Long Rifle, 9mm, .223, and so on. My opinion? In the feeding frenzy sparked by the tsunami of recently introduced gun control bills, folks bought guns first. Finally, supply is beginning to catch a distant glimpse of that demand, but all those folks who bought guns are now vacuuming up and stockpiling fodder for their tool of apocalyptic-survival-choice. So, thereâ€™s no ammo.
Folks who get lathered up about odd and obscure calibersâ€”like meâ€”are already reloading their favorite flavors. But when the fan kicks on and 100 percent natural fertilizer blows all over the neighborhood, 95 percent of Americans will need one of about eight calibers. If youâ€™re not reloading them already, start. Itâ€™s your bounden duty to get started, and now. Hereâ€™s a look at them: